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Old 28th July 2010, 15:52   #16
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Awesome snaps and trip log! Biking in the twisties is so much fun.
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Old 28th July 2010, 15:53   #17
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excellent write up. really enjoyed the pics and the RD.
SO this was in 2008, was there a similar trip later?
Well there has been indeed and as this one says my 3rd Delivery. Have a 4th one up on post. The 5th one coming would be again another RD TLog but with some dramatic ending....
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Old 28th July 2010, 15:57   #18
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@ampere You asking about me and nomadabhi? We wouldn't have crossed paths unless one of us travelled in a time machine
nomadabhi did this 2 years back and I did this last weekend.
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@ampere You asking about me and nomadabhi? We wouldn't have crossed paths unless one of us travelled in a time machine
nomadabhi did this 2 years back and I did this last weekend.
I expected that answer! When I read his TL, I thought what a coincidence, here is a guy who is doing it in the weekend and
here is one who is just writing about it!
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I never went on bike for long trips in my life and do not expect in future.

Few days back, one member from mumbai pm me about sh4 , the coastal road of Maharashtra.
He is going to do part of that stretch on bike.
It will be amazing trip surely.

One more amazing trip on bike will be lonavala to tamhini via amby valley.
who will try it?
anyone?

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Old 28th July 2010, 16:31   #21
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Does that route exist? I didn't know that we had roads beyond amby valley to tamhini.
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Does that route exist? I didn't know that we had roads beyond amby valley to tamhini.
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There are at least three routes from lonavala to mulashi.
2] lonavala-amby valley-taila baila-mulashi.
This road touch the tamhini at dongarwadi.
Part of this road is very rough only suitable for bikes.
Yeah,
there is a road which runs parallel to cliff of sahydri between tamhini and lonavala via amby valley.

But MX6,
don't try it by your car.
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I never went on bike for long trips in my life and do not expect in future.

Few days back, one member from mumbai pm me about sh4 , the coastal road of Maharashtra.
He is going to do part of that stretch on bike.
It will be amazing trip surely.

One more amazing trip on bike will be lonavala to tamhini via amby valley.
who will try it?
anyone?
ahem!! do not tempt me
no just kidding, the bird is in hibernation now but will be out in late September, i guess the roads/weather and scenery would be good then too. what say..
please answer the route query
and sorry for OT

EDIT: just saw the post. Thanks, guess that route is out of bounds even for bikers due to the slippery nature but just after monsoons would be different scene i guess

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ahem!! do not tempt me
no just kidding, the bird is in hibernation now but will be out in late September, i guess the roads/weather and scenery would be good then too. what say..
please answer the route query
and sorry for OT

EDIT: just saw the post. Thanks, guess that route is out of bounds even for bikers due to the slippery nature but just after monsoons would be different scene i guess

Well I am in for that route. Have heard about it before as well. The only fact is that now I am left alone with my NOMAD. No one who accompanied me before are available after their marriage for any trip on bike or car.

Me... still like to take NOMAD out but now limited as I dont wanna hookup somewhere alone. Well, me too got married and someone waits for me at home. But any of you guys planning lemme know I will be in either NOMAD or my ESTILO
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Someone waits for you at home? That I ensure that no one waits for me at home. My wife and daughter are a part of all my (mis)adventures.

yes AP. I can hear you banging your head.
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Someone waits for you at home? That I ensure that no one waits for me at home. My wife and daughter are a part of all my (mis)adventures.

yes AP. I can hear you banging your head.
He he he .... oye MX6 , bhai I am talking about RD rides with no back rod.

PS: Looking forward to meet you and AP in any coming get together.
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Old 29th July 2010, 12:13   #27
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Here is the actual route followed:

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Excellent effort, chaps. Was an RD350 owner myself in the late eighties. Wish I could do all this now! Here's an interesting link:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...ml#post1610970 (The Yezdi 350 Thread)

Keep it up!
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Yes Nomadabhi. Let's plan for a meet soon.
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yes AP. I can hear you banging your head.



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PS: Looking forward to meet you and AP in any coming get together.
Join us on kaas drive in sept.

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Here is the actual route followed:
Now, its correct map.
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